By wimver - Tue Oct 13, 2009 3:17 pm
Don't. Just email me >> email@example.com wrote:sorry I have no time to search for a place to upload a zipfile
Simply, impossible. Bullet 3 and 5 is enough to make it full mirror, bets off...wimver wrote:1. create new material
2. in wizards, select AGS
3. amount of reflection 100
4. type normal
5. color white 255 x 3
6. set roughness to 20
what mihai says !wimver wrote: I also altered the transmittance to some grey, attenuation to 30 cm and ND to 1.2. I also activated the force fresnel, but this does not seem to have an effect (haven't checked the manual yet what this thingie does)
so basically, if I create an mxm with the AGS wizard, and then change some parameters, the material is not worthy of being called an AGS anymore...
the opacity mask for AGS being set to 12.5 is not "wrong" its acctually what makes it the AGS "trick" (in version 2 of maxwell- version1.x materials didnt have opacity property so a AGS trick had to be done with 2 layers weighted togther to make a fake transparent look)wimver wrote: but hey, I think I just found what went wrong: When I create a new material with the AGS wizard, the opacity mask is set to 12.5 %
Care to post some details??T_RNLDesign wrote:I have had some luck with a faked frosted glass solution on single planes using the thin sss option. You might want to look into that. I'm not sure what would be faster, thin sss or letting caustics through glass clear up?
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